EXH


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EXH

On drawings, abbr. for “exhaust.”
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Livers from the control (n=4-5), Exe (n=4-5) or Exh (n=4-5) groups were compared after hemoglobin-free liver perfusion.
(7) Their own contemporaneous credit memoranda explicitly state that each of the five December loans would be "booked by NCH as a loan" from the borrower and only later "converted to equity" upon approval of the USDA loan guarantee "or even if the loan is not approved." (OCC Exhs. 56, 58, 60).
(6) For background on Russell, see Elizabeth Salter, The Lost Impressionist A Biography of John Peter Russell, London, 1976; Ann Galbally, The Art of John Peter Russell, Melbourne, 1977; Claude-Guy Onfray, Russell ou la lumiere en heritage, Paris, 1995; John Peter Russell, exh. cat., Musee des Jacobins, Morlaix, 1997; and Belle-lie: Monet, Russell & Matisse in Brittany, exh.
(8.) Rothko, introduction to Clyfford Still, exh. cat.
One of the premises of the exh ibition, writes Brett, is that "artists, no less than scientists, make 'models of the universe.'" Some of these "models" are dinky, others grand, but their vast stylistic range underlines all the more how serious and steady such a metaphoric impulse has been.
Recent important additions to the Parmigianino literature include Lucia Fornari Schianchi and Sylvia Ferino-Pagden (eds.), Parmigianino e il Manierismo Europeo, exh. cat., Galleria Nazionale, Parma, and Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, 2003; the symposium essays edited by Lucia Fornari Schianchi and published in conjunction with the same exhibition; Carmen Bambach, Hugo Chapman, Martin Clayton, George Goldner, Correggio and Parmigianino: Master Draughtsmen of the Renaissance, exh.
The May exh ibition features LA "slacker" painter Thaddeus Strode.
Limited tenders are invited for Supply Of Flam proof exh.fan